In this example, I created a folder at the root of my startup disk. But you could also create a folder on an external removable disk.
Prepare the folder to be used as a local distribution point.
Option A: Use Finder to create the folder.
/then click Go.
jamfthen press Enter to save the name change.
Option B: Use Terminal to create the folder.
Skip this if you used Option A above.
sudo mkdir /jamf
sudo chown ladmin /jamf
Use Casper Imaging:
/jamfthen click Go (replace /jamf with the name of your local distribution point).
@arekdreyer You might also want to point out that if your available storage space on your local volume (cough, cough, MBA 128GB SSD) isn't sufficient to hold the entire contents of your Distribution Point, Casper Imaging is fine with only the needed subset for your imaging task being downloaded manually from your DP rather than the full copy provided by Replicate in Casper Admin.
@arekdreyer Nothing documented (truth be told I use DeployStudio for imaging, then Jamf Pro Policies & Self Service for the rest). My DPs are SMB hosted, so it's just a matter of mounting the CasperRead sharepoint via Connect to Server... in the Finder, then copying the files corresponding to what Casper Imaging will need to a local
/jamf/Packages directory (you'd probably want to include the CompiledConfigurations directory from your DP if you're using those).